Air Creations, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Furnace Repair’

Having Furnace Trouble? How to Tell When it’s Time to Repair or Replace

Monday, April 15th, 2019

gas-energy-flamesSpring is here and warm weather is right around the corner. If you haven’t already taken a moment to evaluate the levels of heating and cooling in your home then now is a perfect time. Winter temperatures in New Jersey are especially brutal so if you noticed that your heater wasn’t able to perform as it should have this past season then it’s definitely time to start thinking about repair or replacement services.

Replacement isn’t something that you should do on a whim. It’s a time-consuming and often expensive process so it’s really important to be absolutely certain that this is the step that you need to take. If you’re uncertain whether you want to repair or replace your heater make sure you contact our team. We specialize in heater replacement and heater repair in Westfield, NJ.

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When to Schedule Furnace Repairs

Monday, November 26th, 2018

Are you having trouble with your furnace? It’s always best to contact a professional no matter what the problem is. If you had a toothache, you’d see your dentist, you wouldn’t try to fill your cavity on your own. Treat your furnace with the same amount of reverence. If you seem to notice odd inconsistencies with your furnace system, you can call our team. We’re punctual and reliable so we’ll always come out quickly, thoroughly assess your system, and then take the necessary steps to get your home up and running again. If you need furnace repair in Livingston, NJ then we’re the team for you.

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Signs Your Furnace May Need Repairs

Monday, October 15th, 2018

If you think there might be something wrong with your furnace, don’t ignore the warning signs. It’s easy to procrastinate or learn to live with inconveniences rather than calling a professional, but if you go this route you’re only doing a disservice to yourself. Having repairs done to your system sooner than later helps extend the lifetime of your system, save you money, and avoid emergency breakdowns. If you need great furnace repair in Summit, NJ call our team here at Air Creations, Inc.

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A Furnace Can Corrode: What This Means

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

old-furnace-in-basementPeople think of corrosion and rust as something that only occurs with an appliance that uses water. A water heater or a boiler might rust, but why would a gas furnace? It doesn’t sound like it should happen.

But it can and it does. It’s something you may find happening to your furnace at some point. Why does it happen, and what does it mean for the furnace when corrosion starts? We’ll explain more, as well as tell you what you should do about it.

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It’s Late Winter—Is Your Furnace Going to Make It?

Monday, February 19th, 2018

technician-looking-at-furnace“I’m not gonna make it … You go on, leave me behind!”

You’ve probably heard dramatic words like these spoken in many movies and TV shows. What do the heroes usually do in such extreme cases? They pick up their friend and carry them onward, refusing to let them expire.

If, however, it’s your home furnace that’s telling you “I’m not gonna make it to the end of winter … You go on without me!”, then you should probably just say, “Okay!” and have a new furnace put in. You don’t have an audience watching who’ll be disappointed because of an emotional attachment to the furnace.

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Can My Gas Furnace Become Dangerous?

Monday, January 8th, 2018

gas-energy-flamesMore than 64 million homes in the U.S. use natural gas for winter heat. That number alone can give you an idea of the safety issues with gas furnaces—i.e. not that many. If gas furnaces posed a basic health threat to a home, they wouldn’t be installed in so many of them around the country. Current standards for the manufacturers of natural gas furnaces place a special emphasis on maintaining safe operation. Furnaces are designed with numerous safeguards, such as a limit switch that prevents a furnace from overheating.

However, no natural gas appliance can ever be 100% problem-proof. Although you shouldn’t fret about using your gas furnace during the winter, you should make sure you take precautions each year to help it keep up its safety record.

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